1. Once you think of a good pun, you stick with it, no
matter how awkward it is to set up. Coincidentally, the whole butler set
up made convinced me to make a story arc, so who says puns aren't helpful?
2. Great. I misused "your" in the second
panel. I shall fire my proof reader (my dad)!
1. I think it would be cool building a snow fort in a my
house. Also, I hate how bobby gets increasingly skinnier in this strip.
2. I feel awkward having to be so specific in the last
frame to tell the reader what happened. Seems to specific, and slightly
2. I don't know why, but this one makes me laugh every
time. Probably Bobby's line in the last panel.
1. That doesn't really strike me as being a limo.
2. Instead of walking, I try to get my characters to do
different things like sitting or watching T.V.
1. I guess Bobby still doesn't have a car from 300 strips
2. The last line from Bobby is what I call the
"kicker", the unnecessary but sometimes beneficial extra piece of
2. I needed a game for a plane trip home from
Florida. Guess what I bought.
1. I doubt most vegetables bather anyway but whatever.
2. Peter expression seems too much like a smile. I
would have liked to change it a bit.
1. Again with the Thawck! Now that I think think
about it, I believe I was trying to say Thwack! instead.
2. The end of tons of things happen everyday. I wish
doomsday prohets would be more specific.
1. I'm pretty sure he has a sleeping bag on his back, but
I can't be sure.
2. In the Artic strange shit happens. Make sure you
bring a crowbar.
1. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that this is the start of
my longest story arc yet. I mostly wanted to see how well and how long I
could keep getting jokes out of a coherent story.